• All Wichita Public Library locations will be closed Monday, February 18.

Tax Forms

Tax form booklets are on a display stand

The Library has many resources to help you find answers to your tax questions. Library staff cannot answer your specific tax questions.

Tax Forms

Federal

  • Wichita Public Library's annual Tax Form Distribution Program will run through April 15 and will include Form 1040, Schedules 1 through 6, and 1040 instructions.
  • Due to federal budget cuts and changes in tax law, the IRS is unable to deliver most other forms, instructions, and publications that were available in previous years.
  • You can print any form you need on demand at the IRS website. Forms may be printed from any Wichita Public Library location for $0.10 per page.

Kansas

  • The State of Kansas sends paper tax forms upon request. The Library does not receive any paper Kansas tax forms or Homestead booklets.
  • To request state forms, call (785) 296-4937. You can request one Kansas income tax booklet to be sent to your home address.
  • Residents can go to https://www.kansas.gov/webfile for free and safe online filing for Kansas Individual Income Tax Returns.

Contact Information

Federal Government

Locally, there is an IRS office in Wichita at 555 N. Woodlawn, Bldg. 4. Its hours are listed as Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (closed for lunch 12:30-1:30 p.m.). Call (316) 651-2102 to learn more about its services or to ask questions.

State of Kansas

There is no local Kansas Department of Revenue tax office in Wichita. For answers about your state taxes, you can call the Topeka office at (785) 368-8222 or visit the KDOR website.

Get Help Preparing Your Taxes

The easiest way to get help is to call United Way of the Plains at 211. United Way offers income-based tax preparation assistance at a variety of locations in Wichita. United Way will help you determine your closest tax prep location and schedule your appointment.

Tax Scams

The IRS does not contact you by e-mail, text message, or social media to obtain personal or financial information. The IRS does not threaten you with lawsuits or imprisonment. These are all signs of scams.

Learn More About Tax Scams
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